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Rush - Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road written by Neil Peart
Review by Steve Alspach
Neil Peart's second book, "Ghost Rider," is an extraordinary document that details an incredibly painful time in his life and the recovery process that followed. In August 1997 Neil and then-wife Jackie Taylor lost their daughter Selena in a one-car traffic accident.
Rush - Traveling Music: My Life and Times in Music written by Neil Peart
Review by Steve Alspach
For someone who is content to avoid the spotlight, Neil Peart picked a lousy occupation, drumming for one of the most popular bands in the world. He sure doesn't mind talking about himself, either, but unlike most, he resorts to the printed word to do so.
Rush - Rush:The Illustrated History written by Martin Popoff
Review by Greg Olma
Those of you who have followed my reviews here at Music Street Journal already know that I am a Rush fanatic.  

Rush - Rush Album By Album written by Martin Popoff
Review by Greg Olma
Martin Popoff has recently been putting out book faster than I can read them. Mind you, I’m not complaining because all of his books are worth owning.  


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